5 emergency kits to help get you through any disaster

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Unfortunately, we live in a world where things don't always go according to plan. Freak accidents, major storms and natural disasters can be a part of life, which is frightening.

However, being prepared for the worst can give you the confidence to handle the situation should a real disaster strike. Find five first aid kits of varying degree below that will help you get through any unexpected catastrophe.

Best natural disaster preparedness kit

MFASCO Complete Emergency Response Trauma Bag, $79.99

This trauma bag has everything you could need to treat minor injuries after a natural disaster. Weighing only 5.5 pounds, this kit has everything from the basics (gauze, bandages, cold packs) to the more advanced tools you could need (stethoscope, blood pressure cuff, sting kill wipes). This kit is perfect if you think you could ever find yourself in danger of a hurricane or tornado.

Best kit to have after a hurricane or tornado

Emergency Zone Urban Survival 72-Hour Bug Out/Go Bag Survival Kit, $139.99

This discrete urban survival kit has everything two people need to survive on for 72 hours after a natural disaster (they also have options for four people kits and pets). From purified drinking water, food and a flashlight, on top of first aid supplies, this kit also is stocked with comfort items like toilet paper, emergency sleeping bags and hand warmers.

Best kit to keep in your car

TUOU Auto Emergency Kit First Aid Kit, $34.99

This affordable emergency kit is ideal for keeping in the truck or backset of your car. Everything you need in case your car should get into a care accident is included: a reflective warning triangle, a tow rope, jumper cables, a reflective vest, an LED flash and a seat belt cutter are among other essentials.

Best kit to take when camping or hiking

Sustain Supply Co. Premium Emergency Survival Bag/Kit, $199

If you're an avid outdoorsman, you'll want to be prepared incase you get injured or stranded while out in the wild. This kit contains two emergency blankets, two whistles, a first aid kit, cordage, a morakniv knife, bath wipes, four snap lights and an LED lantern. This kit is also great to have on hand in case of power outages.

Best first aid kit to have at home

DeftGet First Aid Kit, $15.95

If you don't feel like you need a backpack full of disaster supplies, but still want to be prepared with a few must-haves, this $15 first aid kit is for you. In this travel-friendly kit you'll get bandages, alcohol and iodine prep pads, an emergency blanket, a flash light and whistle, plus stainless steel tweezers and scissors.

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